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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
THURSDAY JUNK 10. 1920. THE SmiNOFlKLD NKW8
TOWN AND VICINITY
Mia Ktnelta Undahl, who hu been
teei-hlng In the Hprlngfleld school
during the pant year, If ft for . her
horn In Portland yesterday. It U
understood (hat Mlaa Undahl will
teach In the Portland schools nest
We will give absolutely free u
ItrownU No. 2A moduli to thn hoy,
and a Hun Jo UkelcU lo the girl selling
lh most -hautauu,ua tickets for ui.
Th first three boya and three glrW
between ages of 10 and 15 to answer
thla ad will be considered the con
teslanls. Coma and get your ticket
Una Roberta llison lias leen
added to the clerical force at ili)
Ciiah 4 Carry grocery store.
Xfra. II. IU'kinuu and sister Hculuh
Harbert arrived last Friday from
North llend to visit their parents,
Mr. and Mra. J. T. larhert of Timra
ton. Mra. Iranian wan for several
year principal of thn Went Hprlf.g
lluy Kgglmann's tnilk bread, lie
Mra. K. L. McClure, wife of Attor
ney McClure of Marsbfleld, and ber
son Jlmml, are visiting with Ha
M. A. Sheridan In thin city for a few
Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppet, denllst. Spring
Mra. 8. C. Macartney of Virginia,
Minn., la visiting with ber alnter In
law, Mra. Ann Knot. fche will re
main for a couple of month.
Mlaa Amy Ixive of Jasper spen
the weekend with Mollle Donne of
Mls Mury Roberta ut-companlid by
Look Who's Here!
Trade in one pair of
old on one pair of
Will reduce the price from
25c to $2.00 on the new ones
25c allowed on 1 pair Babies Shoes.
25c allowed on 1 pair small Tennis Shoes
25c allowed on 1 pair Patent Mary Janes.
35c allowed on 1 pair Tennis Shoes.
3'ic allowed on 1 pair Canvas Shoes.
35c allowed on 1 pair Kid Mary Janes.
50c allowed on 1 pair White Canvas Pumps.
50c allowed on 1 pair White Canvas Oxfords.
35c allowed on 1 pair Men's Outing Shoes.
65c allowed on 1 pair Misses' Kid Oxfords.
75c allowed on 1 pair Women's Kid Oxfords.
75c allowed on 1 pair Women's Kid Pumps.
$1.00 allowed on 1 pair Women's $9.00 Dress Shoes.
$1.00 allowed on 1 pair Men's $9.00 Dress Shoes.
$2.00 allowed on 1 pair Men's $15.50 Dress Shoes.
$2.00 allowed on 1 pair Women's $15.50 Dress Shoes.
I "don't t are about the make or kind, whether they are
LKATHKR. CLOTH. UUHHKlt or PAPER-Children's,
Women's or Men's anything looks good. . .v
BRING THEM IN . " '
ONE WEEK FROM JUNE 10th to 16th, INCLUSIVE -
Mr, and Mm. W. A. Redmond of Ku-'
g;n, apent Sunday at the Htffrd
home at Mohawk.
Dr. PI Ralph Dlppl, dentlse, Spring
Mlaa Jusnlta Hsrnes la here fro'm
KuU attainting during the sale at the
Parmer Exchange. . .!
Kgglmann's bread wade clean,'
I wrapped clean, and aold clean.
, Mr. Maitle Reynold of Enfiene j
jrlaited In Bprlngfleld Monday. j
Mr. and Mra. N. Director left Tu-v-(day
for Portfand after spending the'
.weekend with relatives here. j
Mra. W. E. Rhode moved to Leona
Dr. H. Ralph Dlppet, denllat, Spring- 1
(laid, Oregon. "' '
C. A. Arehart arrived here ffin
. fUndon Saturday evening. He will
'attend tho aummer achool at the I'nl
veralty of Oregon.
j Mr. and Mra. L. Erlckson of Wendl
I Ing spent the week end at the Faiid-
reiu homo In thla rlty.
Dr. and Mra. Ralph Dlpple were
dinner gueata of Mr. and Mra. F. C.
Eggleston of Eugene Saturday.
Ray Rt-nnle of Thurston
Springfield visitor Saturday.
J. J. BryHn went to Portland Sun
day evening to Kit In the Uri'.'d
KtalfH grand Jury dining the thm'ii;
Demand Egglniann' bread
2000 STUDENTS NEXT FALL
ESTIMATE OF DEAN STRAUB
rnlvviHlty of Or-Kon. Eugene. Ji-n
K. Al lcKt 2M)Q htudent for the
I'nlverhlty of OrKn next fall In the
prediction of I)r. John Straub. denn
of tin1 oll kc of literature. arlen'3
and Hu- urt. aa a result of his observation-
while virt'tlr.z in vnrljjs
parts of the htate at"!y. Dean Stra'tb.
'who has the reputation of never hav
i:iK mlj'Beil an entlniatp of thla sori.
;t.iiy he may ralae the figure to $500
' lwfore romnwnreinent.
Broom ' Factory at Roteburg.
Ronelmrg. Ore.. June 9. Down in
thn Itotfue River valley people don't
have to buy brooma any more. They
can Blip over Into a handy com patch
mid help theniKelvea to at leant the
"niakliiKK." Corn rained In that Bec
tion yii-ldd 1000 pounds of broom
material of the finest quality. The
Rogue River Hroom company, whlcti
Iihm been An operation one year, Is
probably the fore-runner of a whole
chain of auch factories.
A want ad will work for yon.
Why Pay More?
You will find it more satis
factory to trade witlj us
than with a store where
you have to pay for the
other fellow's goods.
Our prices are less than
the so-called special sales
of other stores.
A. It. dray, Prop.
M. (Jreen, Mgr.
Summer Vacation Tickets
are now on sale ' '
NEWPORT (Oregon's old favorite resort) ' '
On Yaquina Bay Large Nataiorium Ample Hotel
accommodation and camping facilities '
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BEACHES "
l ah aied 100 milea due went of Portland between
Neah kah-nle Mountain and Netarta Day. ' Thene ' ' -'
beachea include Garibaldi Beach renortn, Neah kah
nle, Manzanita and Bay Ocean.
CRATER LAKE (Open July 1st)
One of the natural wondem of the world. A lake
In the heart of an extinct volcano.
0T4HER ATTRACTIVE OUTING PLACES
Detroit (Breltenbunh Hot Springs Mt. Jefferson Country)
McCredie Hot Springs
Josephine County' Caves (Oregon a Marble ifaiu)
Shasta Mountain Resorts
Columbia River Beaches
ML Rainier National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Glacier National Park
"Oregon Outdoors" '
New Summer Booklet contains general information on
the different Oregon Renortn; Summer Excursion fares;
Hotel and Camp rates.
Inquire of local agent for further particulars.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent.
Save Your Engine ancl
We consider it both unwise and uneconomical to use
less than the best grade of gasoline in your engine. Poor
"(Jas" is a sure forerunner of engine trouble in addition
to giving fewer miles per gallon service therefore being
more expensive in the long run.
We recommend and handle the Standard and Union
grades of gas The man at the curb will give you instant
service. Give it a trial and convince yourself.. .
Sprigf ield Garage
Additional Service Features: Expert Auto and Tire Re
pairing, Oils, Auto and Tire Accessories, CarAvashed,
Batteries Charged. - .
The Mikado Coming to Chautauqua
I.ee Clrk .,
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, Kc
78, -A: M. V:, Ancient .aw
Accented Scottlah Rita Dn)
,veral aqd Symbolio Fr
Masons meets first and tnin
Friday evening In W. O. Vf
ball. Visiting brothers wal
R. XV. U
Among all the . English Light Operas there , Is no quuatloii of the great
popularity of the Mikado. It is colorful and keenly hiuuotoua the lines are
clever, the costuming beautiful and the tiaea: mighty catchy. The Chau
tauqua management Has- been greatly Impressed with the splendid suci-ens
of the Davis Light Opera Company through the Kast dur(rtg the past several
years, and ko determined to bring them- to the western audiences this summer.
" The Company' will give Ue entire opera on the sec-unit night not merely
a short cutting. The' Mikado holds a place In: our affections because of Its
many charming songs add situational You remember the- plot Is r.oncernibf
,Ko K. the Lord High Executioner of the'tbwn'bf THIpu, his charming war
Yum Yum, the Mikado and Lis dUguised son; NAukl l'oo,aiid the Court Horror,
Katisba. Resides these, there are many leaser obaj-scters. Probably the best
known songs are "Three Little Maids are We" and "The Flowers That BU
In the Spring Tra La."
All Id all, the second ni&ht at Chauiauq.ua will be a program auch as
you will 11 over and enjoy many months to come. .